Multiplayer and Community Gaming Goes Global with Exit Games and Huawei Partnership

SAN FRANCISCO, CA&LOS ANGELES, CA– February 6, 2008– Exit Games today announced a partnership agreement with Huawei Technologies (“Huawei”), to integrate its Neutron multiplayer mobile gaming platform with Huawei’s Mobile Data Service Platform (MDSP). The agreement will enable every global mobile carrier that is powered by Huawei’s MDSP to deliver innovative cross-platform multiplayer games driven by Neutron regardless of carrier or device.

Under the preferred platform agreement, game developers and publishers who use the Neutron platform will be able to seamlessly launch their titles with all Huawei enabled carriers powered by the MDSP platform. With pre-agreement access to more than 500 million billable subscribers, game publishers and developers will also gain in-game event billing capabilities, real time multiplayer gaming, and enhanced community presence features such as game lobbies, tournaments, skinnable real-time high score monitors, in-game text and voice chat, and real-time buddy lists.

“We’re continuously looking to partner with industry leading companies to give our game development and publishing partners a way to drive additional revenue and help carriers deliver a more sophisticated in-game experience to their customers,” said Tom Sperry, CEO of Exit Games USA.“The cooperation with Huawei to extend the reach of our Neutron service platform will provide our customers with direct billing access to hundreds of mobile network operators, giving them unmatched accessibility to gamers around the world.”

Huawei recognizes Exit Games’ Neutron as a turn-key gaming solution that is the platform of choice by many leading players in the gaming industry today. This partnership with Exit Games will meet the rising demands of carriers for more innovative gaming services and further help to realize incremental revenue streams in the process.

Global deployment and hosting of mobile multiplayer games continues to expand around the globe with Neutron powered games having been introduced in over 50 countries, and launched by over 100 carriers and portals to date.

About Huawei Technologies

Huawei is a world-leading telecom solutions provider focused on building long-term partnerships with telecom operators. Through our passionate employees and unmatched R&D capabilities, we can react quickly to customers’ needs with a comprehensive, customized set of offerings. Today, 35 of the world's top 50 operators enjoy Huawei's products and solutions. Over one billion telecom users worldwide communicate with the help of the Huawei technology. Huawei has established over 100 branch offices with more than 68,000 dedicated staff to deliver timely and quality client services around the world. For more information, please visit

About Exit Games

Exit Games is a leading software provider for mobile and online multiplayer games. The Exit Games Neutron ® multiplayer platform connects service providers with users all over the world playing via mobile phone, browser, PC, WiiTM or PS3TM. Neutron ® is used by leading entertainment industry customers like Vivendi, World Golf Tour, SkyZone, Square Enix’s UIEvolution and Fremantle Media to create social and community-based services. Communication industry partners and customers include Verizon, Cingular, Sprint, Softbank, Vodafone, Qualcomm, Intel, Sony Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks. Exit Games was founded in 2003 with venture capital funding and maintains branches in San Francisco, USA and Hamburg, Germany. For more information, please visit our website:



Michaela Hoffmann

Exit Games GmbH

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Joe Ziemer

Kohnke Communications (on behalf of Exit Games)

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